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VR 2016: The Momentum of Growth Continues

Fri, Oct 21, 2016 | by Nardit Mosacho

 

2016 has long been billed as the year that VR hits the mainstream, by us as well as others, and so far it seems that matters are unfolding much as predicted. In fact, sales in some sectors are ahead of expectations, with the low-end smartphone market — the likes of Google cardboard and Samsung GearVR — predicted to sell 14.5 million units worth over $500m by the end of this year.

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Topics: Virtual Reality, VR, ar augmented reality, Events, Industry, Playstation VR, predictions, sportel, sportel 2016

Hot TV News: US Market to Erode Not Implode; VR to Hit $1bn; and Europe Worries About 5G | Viaccess-Orca Blog

Mon, Jan 18, 2016 | by Merav Cunningham

 

Deloitte has published the fifteenth annual edition of its Predictions for the Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) sectors, with the 2016 edition containing some interesting forecasts for the US TV industry and VR in particular. Meanwhile, Europe is getting concerned about being left behind in the race to establish 5G services.

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Topics: Virtual Reality, OTT, TV Everywhere, VR, 5G, cord-cutting, Deloitte, Europe, Hot TV News, HTC Vive, Industry, Legislation, Oculus Rift, Pay TV, predictions, US, US TV industry

The Industry in 2020: Sports Remain Key for Live TV

Sun, Dec 27, 2015 | by Henk Van Meerkerk

 

It’s really hard to make a prediction of the future in our very fast changing world. But looking at the TV Industry, maybe influenced by my always present sports goggles, I dare to make the following statement.

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Topics: TV Everywhere, Content, Events, Industry, industry in 2020, live, live broadcast, live content, live sports, live TV, multi-screen, Over the Top, Pay TV, pay TV operators, predictions, Sport, sports content, TV industry, TVLS, TVLS 2015, User Experience, viewer behaviour

The Industry in 2020: New Forms of Audience Measurement | Viaccess-Orca Blog

Mon, Dec 14, 2015 | by Lenny Melamedas

 

Looking at the changes that the TV market is going through in the past five years one can pinpoint a few major trends: cord cutting and the shift to OTT solutions (in many variations of the two); the shift to 4K and Ultra HD quality content and TV sets, smart TVs and connectivity between devices, and the emerging dominance of personalized TV solutions.

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Topics: audience measurement, Events, Industry, industry in 2020, measuring audience, Nielsen, predictions, TVLS, TVLS 2015, US

Hot TV News: YouTube to Launch Streaming Service?; Online TV Revenues Set to Rocket; Big Changes in Autumn TV Viewing | Viaccess-Orca Blog

Mon, Dec 7, 2015 | by Merav Cunningham

 

The revenue that the global online and video industry will receive in 2020 is forecast to more than double to over $42bn by 2020, with SVOD in the driving seat. All of which makes the rumours about YouTube launching its own streaming service to compete with the likes of Netflix and Amazon seem more likely. And finally, research from the US indicates that time-shifting is becoming more pronounced, especially amongst Millennials.

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Topics: OTT, VOD, Youtube, Amazon, Audience behaviour, audience measurement, Hot TV News, Industry, Netflix, predictions, Revenues, Streaming, SVOD, telekom romania, Voyage

The Industry in 2020 - Viaccess-Orca

Tue, Dec 1, 2015 | by Stephen Newkirk

 

Mergers and acquisitions: There are four major cable operators in the United States that provide video, data and voice services:  Comcast, Time Warner Cable, COX Communications, and Charter Communications. Even though Comcast failed in their effort to get the support needed to purchase Time Warner Cable, I see other opportunities for key players emerging that will take-on other possible acquisition targets, driving consolidation. This is also true for our friends in the telecommunications market, as the pending AT&T acquisition of Direct TV indicates.

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Topics: OTT, CAS, Cloud, consolidation, Events, Industry, industry in 2020, IPTV, mergers & acquisitions, predictions, TVLS 2015

The Industry in 2020: Television RE[DEFINED] - Viaccess-Orca.com

Mon, Nov 23, 2015 | by Christian Kurz

 

TV used to be easy to define. When you’d think of a person watching TV, you could easily picture what that looked like: that person sitting before a television set, watching whatever was on at that time. Today, “TV” can mean many things. It still of course can refer to a person watching linear programming on their regular TV set—or binge-watching a series using a tablet, catching up on a missed episode of a favorite show on VOD, checking out a new show on a smartphone while riding home on the bus, or any number of other possibilities.

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Topics: OTT, VOD, Events, Industry, industry in 2020, Prediction, predictions, TVLS, TVLS 2015, User Experience

Today’s Landscape and Tomorrow’s Vision for the TV Industry

Tue, Nov 17, 2015 | by Chem Assayag

 

Buried deep in the French film archives of the Institut national de l’audiovisuel, there is a remarkable 1947 film showed Parisians walking around their city watching live TV broadcasts on tiny mobile screens.

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Topics: TV Everywhere, Wearables, zoetrope, AI, Big Data, bodyvices, datimacy, Events, history, ina, Industry, Internet of Things, iOT, personalisation, predictions, TV industry, TV Leaders Summit, TVLS, TVLS 2015

The Industry in 2020: Broadcast and the Cloud | Viaccess-Orca Blog

Mon, Nov 9, 2015 | by Attila Narin

 

I wouldn’t want to predict the future, but what we are seeing is, by offloading the undifferentiated heavy lifting of maintaining and procuring technology hardware, broadcasters are able to spend more time and money on generating new content and delivering that content to viewers in new ways.

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Topics: Amazon Web Services, broadcasters, Canal+, Cloud, cloud advantages, cloud service providers, Events, Industry, industry in 2020, predictions

The Industry in 2020: The Rise of Personalisation

Thu, Nov 5, 2015 | by Brett Sappington

 

In five years, the video service offering will be significantly more personalized than offerings available in the market today. Personalization in the user experience, advertising, and discovery are important first steps. However, in the future, the services and content offered to consumers will be smart, adapting to the interests and desires of consumers in a way that maximizes both use and monetization. Several trends that impact the TV industry today will drive this shift.

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Topics: OTT, TV Everywhere, Content Discovery, Content service providers, Events, Industry, industry in 2020, Internet TV, Pay TV, pay TV operators, personalisation, predictions, TV, TVLS 2015, User Experience

 

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